The rocks of Pentire Point East jut out to The Goose. This is a rocky outcrop that, as with many such Cornish features, has been aptly named. From down on the beach at low tide, the rock looks just like the shape of a courting Gander as it drops its neck below the waterline to leave it's head seemingly disjointed from its body.
In this image, as the tide drops and an autumnal day draws to an end. The muted greys and blue hues are contradicted by the vibrant ochre splashes and green fronds of lichen.
This image is ideally suited to reproduction, either as a large 'contemporary' unframed acrylic glass artwork, or perhaps as a framed 3D acrylic that has a deep 5.5cm frame with the image set, slightly recessed, at the front edge. This 'lifts' the image off the wall and would work with the compositional perspective to make a striking impression.
The drop down menu below lists the unframed option, but if you would like to discuss the 3D, or indeed any other format options, feel free to use the Contact Me section or call me during office hours on 01637 831251. For international calls use +44 1637 831251.
Location: Pentire Point East, Cornwall
Photographer: Chris Simmons